Peter Iwunna, Ndukwu Eric Chima, Dioka, Bridget O., Alaribe, O. Chritopher, Joel, O. Alison


This paper argues that it is the duty and intellectual responsibility of indigenous elites to write the history of their own people. It claims that the knowledge of the language of peoples’ birth, history, cultural values, traditional norms, geography and education, to mention but a few place aborigines of a an area on a vantage position to deliver this crucial service to their people and humanity. This paper of the opinion that a few weeks’ vacation by expertrates to Igbo land; Nigerian is quite insufficient to equip any expatriate with the full knowledge and endowments needed to write about this fascinating people and area. That was the reason why theses researchers written what they know about their people, their history as it is and as it should be, to put records straight and decimate misinformation.

Key Words: Agriculture; Cultural Values; Igbos’ History; Indigenous Education; Language; Local Technology; Religions; Socialization.

DOI: 10.7176/HRL/53-05

Publication date: June30th 2021

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ISSN (Paper)2224-3178 ISSN (Online)2225-0964

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